Startup Sends Bluetooth Technology to Space for Global Tracking

By Sunil Sonkar
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Startup Sends Bluetooth Technology to Space for Global Tracking

Startups are trying to touch segments beyond their reach. They are trying to cover distances far beyond the Earth atmosphere. Hubble Network is making waves with its Bluetooth technology that is sent into space. It is something more than just space exploration. It is about creating a whole new way to tracking.


Just imagine that you easily find your keys or misplaced bag from any corner of the world. This is exactly what the startup Hubble Network is up to. It is aiming the same with their satellite-based tracking system. It can be called a different type of GPS.

Hubble Network has figured out a way to make Bluetooth work over long distances. It can work from up to 520 kilometers above the Earth’s surface. This means that it can track things from space.

Well, currently the connection will simply go one way. It will go from the device to the satellite. The satellite will not talk back to the device. It is fine as tracking shipments or monitoring the environment will become easy. Moreover, as the devices on Earth use least power, the system can work for a long time without the need for replacing the batteries.

Hubble Network CEO Alex Haro stated that the technology could be a game-changer for things like tracking assets, monitoring the environment and even managing fleets of vehicles. It will also be cheaper and to last long compared to other satellite tracking systems.

The system of Hubble Network uses a special version of Bluetooth and particularly such version that uses less energy. This is the reason the system can work comparatively for a longer time. Moreover, the technology is already familiar to a lot of people and is used all over the world.

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